Italian Designers and Their Talents
Today we are going to talk about Italian Designers and their talents and projects. We have chosen the best ones according to the Coveted Magazine and some of our own choice. The desiring curiosity is driving architects to allow them freely achieve the needed goals while working with engineers, artisans, painters and modelers.
Federica Biasi – new born star in Interior Design World. Federica was inspired by Nordic Design until she moved to Milan in 2015 and founded her own studio for product and interior design and design consulting. Currently, Biasi is an Art Director at Mingardo and also she is a creative consultant for other brands like Fratelli Guzzini. Moreover, she is working with textiles, ceramics and decoration. Biasi designed some of exclusive objects specially for Maison et Objet, where she used spectacular materials.
Matteo Thun and Partners is a world known architecture and interior design company. This company includes two sub brands like Matteo Thun and Luca Colombo which are also known for their innovative product design department. The distinctive part of their creations are the blending of the studios and the surroundings. The simplicity and naturalism appears in the products of their designs, which bring these objects to life.
Mario Bellini-an Italian Architect and Designer, recognized internationally . He begun his path in the early 1960’s and until today he has won a number of known architecture awards. 25 of Bellini’s works are in the permanent design collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art.
Born in Turin, Navone moved to Milan, known as a worldwide citizen – driven by her strong interest in different cultures, mostly oriental. An architect, designer, art director, interior designer, critic, teacher and an organizer of exhibitions and events for well-known clients like Armani Casa, Alessi, Natuzzi, Swarovski and others.
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